Woman's Party. "Alice Paul's Convention," The Liberator (April 1921). As quoted in On Women and Revolution, part 1, by Crystal Eastman (1978).
Paul (1885-1977), formerly a leading suffragist, was founder of the feminist Woman's Party. Women had won suffrage in 1920, when the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution took effect. Attempting to articulate new feminist goals, this "minority resolution" was introduced, and buried, at the 1921 Convention in Washington, DC. Interestingly, of the six recommendations, only numbers one, three, and four have been implemented.